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Ohio University Graduate and Former WOUB Student Jeff Bidwell is raising money to give Christmas to kids in Mayfield, Kentucky


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Bidwell graduated from Ohio University in 1998 ATHENS, OH – As business owners, former WOUB student and Ohio University graduate Jeff Bidwell and his wife, Jennifer Rukavina-Bidwell, are victims of the devastating tornado that hit Mayfield, Kentucky last week. But their minds aren’t on the destruction of their flower shop, their minds are on doing… Read More

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A portion of a gift from The Charles and Lucille King Family Foundation will support the new WOUB Internship Fund in memory of Jan and Olivia Sole


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ATHENS, OHIO – Ohio University is announcing three new funds focused on supporting students, thanks to a $1,000,000 gift from The Charles and Lucille King Family Foundation. This generous gift includes endowed support that will generate income in perpetuity for these important initiatives, plus current-use money to help students now. These funds will honor the… Read More

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WOUB Wednesday: Buckeye Broadband’s Buckeye Cable Sports Network Program Director/Anchor Justin Feldkamp


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November 3 at 7:30 p.m. ATHENS, OH – Justin Feldkamp will talk about his journey through television news and sports at the next WOUB Wednesday on November 3 at 7:30 p.m. “WOUB Wednesdays are a great way to provide students the opportunity to talk with industry professionals virtually,” said WOUB Director of Student Professional Development… Read More

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Former student’s teaching career was shaped by his experiences at WOUB


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Stan Wenclewicz graduated in 1971 ATHENS, OH – November will mark 51 years since the deadly Marshall University football team plane crash, and former WOUB student Stan Wenclewicz ’71 says he’ll never forget when he learned what happened. Thirty-seven Marshall football players were aboard the plane, along with the team’s coach, its doctors, the university… Read More